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Date: 25 Jan 1998 12:27:39 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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From: Ramin <>
Subject: S/W Engineer Position at Algorex, San Francisco
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 19:38:37 -0800


S/W Engineers - Development Tools

ALGOREX Inc., with offices in San Francisco, New Jersey and Tokyo,
Japan, has an immediate need for engineers with experience in the
filed of software tool design development. Providing Products and
Services to semiconductor industry, ALGOREX specifically seeks
talented engineers with experience in Integrated Development
Environment tools such as GUI, Compilers, Debuggers, Simulators,
Assemblers, and Linkers.


The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 2 years relevant work
experience in software development design tools and two or more of the

Fluent in Microsoft C/C++ and MFC
Working experience with Window'95 and NT development environments
Working knowledge of compilation theory
Understanding of the PC-bus interfaces and low-level driver development
Understanding of real time system and on-line emulation


- Minimum B.Sc. degree is required, M.Sc. and Ph.D. are preferred
- Knowledge of DSP programming will be a plus
- Familiarity with DSP programming and developments tools environments

Interested and qualified candidates should send their resumes to:

By email:
Or by fax: 415 616 9674


Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 07:19:10 -0800
From: (Gord Vreugdenhil)
Subject: Compiler Engineer at Analogy Inc., Oregon


Position: Compiler Engineer
Rank: Negotiable

Analogy Inc. is a world leader in mixed signal simulation. Our
products are used in many areas including automotive and aerospace
engineering. Analogy is seeking an energetic, bright, pro-active
individual to join our compiler development projects.

As a compiler engineer at Analogy, you will participate in the
architectural design and implementation of compilers for simulation
description lanaguages. Currently we are developing compilers for
VHDL-AMS which is an Ada based language, and for MAST, a proprietary
language. As part of the compiler development team you will be able to
apply your knowledge of C and C++ to an object-oriented compiler
project that encompasses all aspects of compiler development. The
native and interpreted code generated by the compiler is integrated
with a high-performance run-time simulation engine in order to allow
very accurate and efficient simulation of large systems. The SimTech
(Simulation Technologies) group is composed of approximately 14
individuals who are responsible for developing the next major version
of Analogy's core simulation technology including compiler support.
As a part of SimTech, you will be able to develop and apply your compiler
expertise and will be able to advance as your contributions increase.

For an entry level position, excellence in advanced undergraduate data
structures and compilers courses is expected. Experience programming
in C and C++ is required. Familiarity with Ada, advanced object
oriented design methodology, and operating system fundamentals is
desirable. A strong Bachelors degree in either computer science or
engineering is required.

For an intermediate or advanced position, experience in compiler
development is expected, preferably in an industry environment
although participation in graduate level compiler projects would
be acceptable. Strong object oriented design and programming skills
are required. Familiarity with Ada, operating system fundamentals,
VHDL/VHDL-AMS, Verilog, compiler development tools, and Unix or NT
development tools is desirable. A Bachelor's degree in either
computer science or engineering plus relevant work experience or
a Masters or Ph.D. is required for an intermediate or advanced position.

Analogy has a relaxed and flexible work environment with excellent
benefits and compensation. Analogy is located in Beaverton, Oregon and
enjoys moderate conditions year-round. Mountain skiing is available
within 1.5 hours as is the Oregon coast. Hiking, biking, wind surfing,
photography and other outdoor activities can all be experienced to
their fullest in the region.

For immediate consideration, please fax or email your resume to Tanya
Webb at (503) 643-3361 or, or contact her directly at
(503) 520-4354 for further information.


From: (Göran Uddeborg)
Subject: Career Opportunities at Carmen Systems, Göteborg, Sweden
Date: 23 Jan 1998 18:18:51 +0100
Organization: Carmen Systems AB, Sweden

Carmen Systems develops and markets software products for resource
optimization, planning and operations. Our customers are transport
companies, e.g. Lufthansa, SAS, KLM, Alitalia, Air France, British
Airways, Swissair and the Swedish Railways (SJ). We are also involved
in research activities together with universities and other companies.

Being in the middle of a serious expansion phase, we need skilled and
enthusiastic software developers and project managers to join us for
stimulating challenges. In a small company each individual has a
great deal of responsibility and there are many career possibilities.

Our software runs mainly on Unix, but we expect to move into Windows
NT as well. Most programming is made in C or C++.

Compiler Construction Specialist

Essential in all our products is our Rave module. Rave is a
declarative/functional language designed for modelling planning rules,
cost calculations and other definitions used in our automatic and
manual planning tools. This makes our system far more flexible than
our competitors' systems. A second generation of this language is
being developed, and we will market it as a separate product to
customers who want to integrate this flexibility with other systems.
The run-time performance is of uttermost importance, because the
module is frequently accessed by our optimization system. Statistics,
reports and output data are customized in an equally flexible manner
with our report generator.

We need an experienced language designer and compiler constructor.
You need to be a good programmer with a desire to produce efficient,
high performance systems.

For more information, take a look at our home page
send a mail to
and/or use a traditional letter
        Carmen Systems
        Odinsgatan 9
        SE-411 03 Göteborg

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